Monday, May 30, 2011

Strange facts-America's most Haunted hotels

Myrtles Plantation

This plantation has been considered by most Americans as one of America’s most haunted Hotels. The plantation is said to be built over and ancient Indian burial a la poltergeist, and if you still need more reasons to satisfy you that it is a haunted hotel, well 10 murders have been committed in the rooms of this hotel, now where the guests stay every day.

Queen Mary Hotel

There are several unexplained events that took place in this hotel. This hotel is actually a cruise ship on the long beach in California. Due to the supernatural experience on this cruise ship, it is also considered in the list of the most haunted hotels in the United States of America. Those who love to have some haunted experiences should definitely reserve a room in this hotel.

Hotel De Coronado

More than 37 paranormal activities have been observed in one room of this hotel on the first day, by the investigators. The hotel is said to be haunted by the restless spirit of Kate Morgan, a young girl who died near the hotel more than 100 years ago.

Crescent Hotel

The building of this hotel is really old, and numerous odd activities and abnormal experiences have been reported by the guests in several rooms, lobby ad dining hall. The hotel is in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Many investigators have visited this haunted hotel and you should definitely go for this one as well.

Stanley Hotel

Another hotel in America that has shown certain ghostly activities in many years. This was the hotel which inspired Steven Kings to write his novel “The Shining”. Steven Kings stayed in room no. 217 but room no.418 has shown the most abnormal activities in the past years.



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